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Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council

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…, roundabouts, hospital grounds, school grounds, churchyards, trails and public open spaces. This ‘Urban Green Infrastructure’ can be strategically managed and improved for the benefit of all our natural resources: nature/biodiversity, air/pollution, water/flood prevention, tranquillity/noise reduction. The main urban areas within the County Borough extend from Merthyr Tydfil town southwards…

… are important for a wide variety of wildlife, particularly birds, mammals, plants and invertebrates. In addition, they can help to minimise flood activity, noise and air pollution. Ffridd Ffridd is a widespread habitat type found throughout Wales and is found between the managed lowlands and the uplands at altitudes between 100m and 450m. This transitional zone is extremely diverse…


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